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♦ Vanessa Richard, « IAMs as Guardians of a Kaleidoscopic Accountability », in: O. McIntyre, S. Nanwani and A. Begoyan (eds.), The Practice of Independent Accountability Mechanisms: Towards Good Governance in Development Financing, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming).

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Emprunts, spécificités et articulations dans la création du mécanisme de plainte du Fonds Vert pour le Climat », in: S. Maljean-Dubois (ed.), Circulations de normes et réseaux d’acteurs dans la gouvernance internationale de l’environnement, Aix-en-Provence: Confluence des droits (2017), pp. 187-204.

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Can Multilateral Development Banks Be More Environmentally Effective? Perspectives from the Practice of International Accountability Mechanisms », in: The Effectiveness of Environmental Law, Proceedings of the 3rd European Environmental Law Forum, 2-4 September 2015, Aix-en-Provence, Cambridge, UK: Intersentia (2017), pp. 313-347.
Open access: embargo until 2019

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Accountability by Proxy? The Ripple Effects of MDBs’ International Accountability Mechanisms on the Private Sector », in: P. Vargiu, F. Seatzu, F. Esu (eds.), Conceptualizing Accountability in International Financial Law.
Publishing status unknown

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Injecting Justice into Climate Finance: Can the Independent Redress Mechanism of the Green Climate Fund Help? », Presentation at the 2016 Berlin Conference on Global Environmental Change – Transformative Global Climate Governance « après Paris », Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, 24 mai 2016.

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Justice by Any Other Name? The Grievance Mechanisms of Multilateral Development Banks », in: M. Tignino & K. Sangbana (eds.), Public Participation and Water Resources Management: Where do We Stand in International Law?, Paris: UNESCO International Hydrological Programme (2015), 129-137.

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Mind the (Justiciability) Gap. Non-judicial Remedies and International Legal Accountability for Environmental Damages », in: J.-R. Yeh (ed.), Climate Change Liability and Beyond, Taiwan: National Taiwan University Press (2017), 108-148.

♦ Vanessa Richard, « Les organisations internationales entre responsibility et accountability : le régime de responsabilité esquissé par la CDI est-il adapté aux organisations internationales ? », 1 Revue Belge de Droit International 190 (2013).

♦ Marie-Esther Lacuisse, « Les mécanismes de plainte des banques multilatérales de développement comme voie d’accès à l’information environnementale en Amérique latine : limites et conditions », in: Direito á informação ambiental na América Latina (forthcoming).